DevSecOps

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Security as Code: Why It's Important and What You Need to Know

Software is becoming an increasingly pivotal part of modern business and society. In turn, consumers have come to expect instant gratification. This has driven businesses to concentrate on innovation and speed to market. Businesses that can’t keep up with the hyper-competitive market of speed-to-value are falling behind.

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Three Transformations Powering App Modernization

The pandemic has accelerated digital business initiatives. Ultimately, it’s the application that delivers new capabilities to customers and employees; but transformation occurs at several layers to support those applications. At VMware, we see our customers navigating three transformations, each of which supports digital business and app modernization at different levels.

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Embrace DevSecOps for Modern Apps with VMware Tanzu Advanced Edition

As enterprises prioritize application modernization initiatives, moving rapidly to adopt containers and cloud native patterns, VMware is pleased to announce the availability of VMware Tanzu Advanced edition. VMware Tanzu Advanced meets the moment. It simplifies and secures the container lifecycle, enabling teams to accelerate the delivery of modern applications across multiple clouds—a real DevSecOps approach.

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Veracode Named a Leader in The Forrester Wave: Static Application Security Testing, Q1 2021

If you’re looking to start or optimize an AppSec program in 2021, the Forrester WaveTM report is a good place to begin your research. The report not only details essential elements of AppSec solutions, but also ranks 12 static application security testing (SAST) vendors based on their current offering, strategy, and market presence. Development speeds and methods are changing and the requirements for a SAST solution are evolving as well.

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Veracode Wins Best AppSec Feature Set and Customer Support Awards From TrustRadius

TrustRadius recently awarded Veracode with a 2021 Best Application Security Feature Set Award and Best Application Security Customer Support Award. These honors are given to companies that have gone above and beyond to delight their users. To win the Best Feature Set Award, each nominated organization had to receive 10 TrustRadius reviews in the past year that featured specific mention of their product’s feature set.

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How to Communicate Application Security Success to Your Executive Leadership

Over the past several years, there have been many changes to software development and software security, including new and enhanced application security (AppSec) scans and architectural shifts like serverless functions and microservices. But despite these advancements, our recent State of Software Security (SOSS) report found that 76 percent of applications have security flaws.

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What is the cost of poor software quality in the U.S.?

The total cost of poor software quality in the U.S. is estimated at $2.08 trillion. Learn what contributes to the cost and how security can help minimize errors. Do it right the first time. That long-standing cliché is based on the premise that it almost always costs more to fix something built poorly than it does to build it correctly.

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Announcing Veracode in AWS Marketplace: Streamlining Secure Software Development for AWS Customers

Digital transformation continues to accelerate, and with it, businesses continue to modernize their technological environments, leveraging developer-first cloud-native solutions to build, host, and secure their software. At Veracode, we continue to see customers leveraging large cloud providers, such as AWS, as a central platform to conduct these activities.

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Nature vs. Nurture Tip 3: Employ SCA With SAST

For this year’s State of Software Security v11 (SOSS) report, we examined how both the “nature” of applications and how we “nurture” them contribute to the time it takes to close out a security flaw. We found that the “nature” of applications – like size or age – can have a negative effect on how long it takes to remediate a security flaw.

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Don't get overwhelmed with trivial defects. Manage them!

Misuse of security tools can lead to defect overload for development teams. Knowing when and how to use these tools will yield more effective DevSecOps. It is a long-time mantra of security experts: There is no single, magical software testing tool or technique that will find every defect or flaw that developers should fix when they are building an application or any of the many things powered by software.